Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 8-12
Date of Report: February 19, 2021
The Price County Trail system consist of over 500 miles of scenic trails, great places to stop to fill up on fuel, food and beverages. The trails are maintained by 9 clubs and reported by the two Chambers.
We invite you to take a trip and see all that Price County has to offer.
The City of Park Falls is now one of only 17 AWSC designated Snowmobile Friendly Communities in the State of Wisconsin.
Trails are in good to excellent condition; Groomers are out and creating a great riding experience.
For more information see Park Falls and Phillips Chamber websites
Sno-Gypsies Report 2/19/2021
FYI the club had to reroute trail 80/Corridor 21. Going south your going to head west on Mader Road to the High Tension Lines then south to Demars Bridge. Going North head west and follow the High Tension Lines to Mader Road and make a right. Every thing is marked and the new trail is groomed. Please stay on the trail there are boulders buried in the high lines.
Prentice Bushbenders trail report 02/19/2021
Our trails are in excellent condition. The 118 trail is now open but logging operations continue so use caution because trucks are using the trail too. So come out and enjoy the trails and support our local businesses. Ride safe and have fun.
Kennan-Catawba Driftsplitter 2/16/2021
We have been grooming trails on a regular schedule with the 6″ base the trail’s are in good shape. With minimal snow you will find some rough spots. Trail 94 has an ongoing logging operation about 2 miles south of 3-Mile Bar. Best news is we have opened up the new section of trail 80 south to Taylor county. It adds over 20 miles to the Price county system. The trail heads south at intersection 100 on trail 181 between Catawba and Prentice. Being some of the work was just completed the trail is in good to poor shape but very ride-able.
Thank you to all the clubs and volunteers that keep the trails in great shape. Without all the time and support that you put in this would never happen.
The Park Falls and Phillips Chambers Thank you for providing a great opportunity for the residents and the visitors to enjoy Price County.